UNCP professor contributes to United Nation’s Nobel Peace Prize
For years, the United Nation’s World Food Program has been fighting the hunger crisis in Africa by using food airdrops to reach remote villages in South Sudan.
UNCP celebrates American Indian Heritage Month in November
UNC Pembroke is celebrating American Indian Heritage Month throughout November.
Former UNCP adjunct Marchell Adams-David first woman, African American to serve as Raleigh city manager
Assistant city manager Marchell Adams-David will be the first woman and African American to serve as the city's top bureaucrat when she takes over for City Manager Ruffin Hall in 2021.
Robeson County Vision Zero unveils social media outreach plan
A social media campaign describing the dangers of unsafe driving will soon blitz Robeson County.
GPAC’s Chad Locklear selected for leadership cultural arts program
Chad Locklear, the Givens Performing Arts Center’s marketing director at UNC Pembroke, was selected to participate in South Art's Emerging Leaders of Color inaugural cohort.
UNC Pembroke celebrates Trans Awareness Week and Day of Remembrance
The Office of Student Inclusion and Diversity and the Trans Awareness Week and Day of Remembrance Planning Committee at UNC Pembroke recently announced events for Transgender Awareness Week and Day of Remembrance.
GPAC virtual season presents music and storytelling in ‘Ghostlight’
The GPAC virtual season celebrates Halloween with music and storytelling in a unique collaborative production. “Ghost Light” debuted on the GPAC website on October 28
BraveHawk Talk, Episode 22: Logan Seliga and Willis Glasssgow
Logan Seliga drops by to talk about an outstanding freshman campaign with the wrestling team that included an NCAA region title, and Jon Gross talks shop with University photographer Willis Glassgow who has been on the sidelines capturing memorable moments for the Braves since 2007